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Become a Participant
Participating in the EWC Program can have a positive influence on your life as you transition from school to independent adulthood. If you want to work, and are interested in developing your employment skills, this program will provide you with opportunities to explore your interests and abilities in a variety of different work environments, practice your social and communication skills, and help you get to know your “working self” as you explore the pathway to future employment. If you are between the ages of 15 and 29, are no longer attending school, have a diagnosis of ASD and are unemployed, contact us via the e-mail or phone number below to learn more about applying for this exciting new program.
Become a Peer Mentor
As a Peer Mentor in the EWC Program, you will be providing support to individuals with ASD as they practice and apply skills learned during weekly employment preparedness training sessions. You will have the opportunity to support individuals as they focus on developing their employment skills, while increasing your own autism awareness and knowledge. If you’re between the ages of 18 and 29, and are interested in becoming a Peer Mentor, please contact us today to learn more about this meaningful volunteer opportunity and the impact it can have on you and the employment futures of others.
Become a Workplace Partner
As an EWC Workplace Partner opportunity is knocking! You have the opportunity to meet a work force that are known to be reliable, dedicated employees that can excel in the workforce. ASD awareness training and support will be provided to help educate staff, and tools and simple ideas about workplace modifications will be shared to help guide the creation of autism-friendly work environments. By participating in the EWC program, you will have an opportunity to demonstrate greater community integration, enable ongoing capacity building and realize the valuable contribution that individuals with ASD bring to the workplace.